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March 20, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-03-20

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THE ,U. OF M. DAILY.

SchaIr's Bookstore!
Formerly with George Wahr, 19
E. Washington st. Headquarters for
everything a Student needs in the
line of Text-Books, Stationery and
MliseHaneous Stock in general.
MARTIN SCHALTLER,
THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
19 E. Washington st., one block
east of Main st.
'95 xLAWS !
HAVE YOUR
CAN~E ENGRAVED
IfM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler.
SCIENTIFIC! SUPERB!
TRIBUNE
BICYCLES
LEAD.
See the Tribune Cycloidal Sproket.
1. E. NEWTON, AGENT, 7 VOLLANO ST
MRS. ANNIE WARD FOSTER'S
School of Dancing and Delsarte.
Saturday, ia.m.,Gentleman beginnersclais.
Saturday 4p. i., Lady beginners class.
Monday 7:30 p. m., Advanced Class (Ladies'
aad tentlemsen).
Tuesday, 7ltS p. i., Beginners Class (Ladies
anl entemen).
Private lessons by appointment.
SCHOOL 46 S. STATE ST.
CATERER,
ANITFRFF1R205 E. Washing-
Second Semester
TEXT- BOOKS
New and Secondhand for
All Departments
of the University at
Bleelan & Co.'s
Bookstore, State St.
BEST NOTE BOOKS
in the city for 25c.
WATCH
FOR
OUR
SPRING
STYLES
FINE
SHOES.
NATTY
NOVELTIES.
GUOOSPEED'S

GRIP
REMEDIES!
ALL KINDS
-AT-
E.A. Mummery's
NEW DRUG STORE,
COR. WASHINGTON ST. AND FOURTH AVE.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organized 1803.
Capital, $10,00. Surplus and Profits, $40,000.
Transacts a general banking business.
Foreign exchanges bought andsold. Furnish
letters of credit.
P. BACH Pros. S. XW. CLARKSON, Cashier.

MOORE & WETMORE
6 S.Aain st., and State st., cor-
ner of William st., have a
complete stock of
UNIVEBSITY I[ T BOOKS
New and Second Hand.
Note Books a' d other Students' Supplies
Fine Stationery, Sporting Goods, etc , which
they ofer at the Lowest Prices.
Call and see us before purchasing.
AB OEBR4
STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
High Gloss and Domestic Finish.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
'23 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE.

GYM SUITS.
Thee best got them.
Th etgeods for
the
LEAST MONEY.
Our gymnasium suits
are made by the
0 IREMAN WHE[L CO
r (makers of Victor
- Bicycles) and are
fullyguaranteed. A
great many are in
EXAMINE THEM.
-AT-
M, SIAERER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM,
11 W Washington st.

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HOWO TO ECONOMIZE.
Buy Dean & Co.'s Family Flour for $3.00 per Barrel.
Buy Best Western Patent Flour for $3.75 per Barrel.
Buy Bolted Corn Meal for 23 cents per 1-16 Barrel.
Buy Hulled Buckwheat Flour for 31 cents per 1-16 per Barrel.
Buy Six Pounds of Crackers for 25 cents.
Buy 74 Pounds Best Rolled Oats for 25 cents.
~DEP" A~ & O OM AI'A ~S -
44 South Main Street.

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UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Alice F. Wakelee, formerly with '95
lit, isv isiting friends in the city.
'93 lit will have an important meet-
ing at the chapel at 4:30 p. in. today.
There will be a1 important meeting
of the junior pharmics today at 1 p. i.
The '96 laws will have a class meet-
ing this afternoon immediately after
the lecture.
Next Sunday evening 1tev. Mr. J. T.
Sunderland will reply to Col. Inger-
soll's lecture on "The Bible."
The practical courses in Anatomy,
Bacteriology aned Qualitative chem-
istry will complete their work this,
week.
Instructor Dwyer will quiz the
junior laws next week on lectures 10
to 14 inclusive in Pleading and Prae-
tice, in roomn 13.
Dr. Lombard is giving some very in-
teresting experiments on the develop-
ment of electricity in muscle in his
classinopiysiology.
The Detroit Free Press this morning
contains a reply to the so called "Tri-
bune investigation" which corrects the
Tribune's' mis-statements of fact.
Prof. Hinsdale desires at once to
complete the list of candidates for the
teacher's diploma at the approaching
commencement. All persons who are
such cantidates, unless they have al-
ready reported, are requested to report
to him in person immediately.
Senior Lits Meet.
President Angell addressed the
senior lit class meeting yesterday o"l
the subject of the legislators' visit.
Dr. Angell said there would be no ob-
jection to moderate class yells, pro-
vided everybody was given a chance.;
but he particularly desired that un
horns be left at home.
The cap and gown swing-out was
next discussed, and it was decided to
swing out at the second vesper service
after the vacation. It is probable that
about 150 will wear them at that time.
Subscribe for the Daily.

Resolutions.
The l"iss of '4 of th' litoory de-
partmeint appointed e ommitte to
draft resolutions r:'garding ithe death
of Walter G. Wallace. The committes'
submit the following:
To the members of the literary class
of '94 bas- come the saddening intelli-
gence of the death of their friend and
tlassmate, Walter George Wallc(.
We little thought that within on:'
year we would be culled upon to moiir
a break in our ranks. Wel oad known
dir. Wallace as a hard working, capa-
ble and conscientious student. We
respected him as a clean and upright
inan. His quiet, genial manner won
for him the warm friendsiop of his
fellows.
We desire to acknowledge our high
estimate of his character; to express
our grief at his untimely deatl, and
to extlnd our heartfelt sympathy to
those inearor anol dearer, ini ihis, thirl
hour of troubles.
WM. W. WEDEMEYER,
CARLTON R. RosE,
R. C. CAMPBELL,
Committee.
The phonograph concert at the Pres-
byterian church last esening was one
of the best of the season. The wlist-
ling and piccolo colos were very fline
and the sel'ction by the Marine band
of Washington, I). C., was perfectly
reproduced.
NOTICES.
All persons having rooms to it dur-
ig fle classical conferetc" to b
leld in this city the iaol 'week in
March will please notify D. -'. Morinz
by letter, or call at Newberry sall
from 9:30 to 10-a. mu, or 3.to ::30) p.'
m. If notifying by letters please state
briefly your accomoodatious and price
per day for rooms or rooms and
boars].
There will be a meeting of the ex-
etutive board of the Oratorical associ-
ation Ffiday, March 22,:in Room 24,
at 4 o'clock p. m.
J. H. QUARLES, Pres.

Caps and Gowns
FOR MEN AND WOMEN,
We are prepared to furnish Caps
and Gowns of the highest quality
to Universities, Colleges and Schools
throughout the United States, at
surprisingly low prices. Self meas-
urement forms, containing all nec-
essary instructions to secure per-
fectly fitting garments without
visiting the store, will be forwarded
upon request.
RIBBONS IN ALL COLLEGE COLORS
different widths, at moderate
prices.
Strawbridge & Clothier
PHILADELPHIA.
The largest exclusively Dry Goods
House in America
"PEACOCK STRIDE"
+ + AND + +
WALTZ-OXFORD
music and description of dance can
be procured at
GRANGER'S ACADEMY Of OANCINCF
NO. e MAYNARD STSREET.
KEN WOOD
BICYCLES
"Swift, Strong and Beautiful."
Kenwood's received the highest World's Fair
Award as Light Roadsters.
Saesroom--42 State at.
APMADOC & MANCHESTER.
SANGER,
TITUIS ANID
CABANNE
America's Greatest Riders have
selected as their Mount for '95,
Yes, and there are others. This will
be a Spalding year.
W "Fitted with Palmer Tires.
EBERBACH HARDWARE CO.
G. H. WILD.
THE LEADING TAILOR
and Importer has received the
largest and most select stock of
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS
for Spring and Summer of '955in
the city, and would be pleased
to have you call and examine
the same.
Full Dress Suits a Specialty.
2 E. Washington st.. near Main.

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